Category Archives: Book Reviews

Kate Flora’s new novel is fantastic

I love Kate Flora’s novels, especially those featuring Portland policeman Joe Burgess. This year Kate’s sixth Joe Burgess novel was published, titled A Child Shall Lead Them. And as is typical for Kate’s novels, I was hooked on the first page where Joe gets a phone call “that almost stopped his heart.” Well, my heart […]

I love finding a great new author

It’s always great to discover a new author that you like, especially if they’ve already written more than one book. That’s what happened to me when Miriam Nesset sent me two of her novels and one children’s book. Miriam is from Wisconsin but now lives in Georgetown, Maine. I dived into her book, Murder in […]

A Fine Orange Bucket will captivate kids

Charlotte Crowder’s new children’s book, A Fine Orange Bucket, published by North Country Press, features a lobsterman whose orange bucket is washed into the sea and lost. It’s a great story that every child will enjoy. Jill Finson’s colorful drawings are very special too. About a year after it’s lost, the bucket is discovered by […]